Dr Anne Carbonnier has over 15 years of experience in child and adolescent psychiatry.
After qualifying as a GP in France in 1998, Dr Carbonnier moved to the UK where she trained in paediatrics and psychiatry, gaining broad medical knowledge in the assessment and treatment of physical and emotional difficulties that children and young people may experience.
She was first appointed as consultant in child and adolescent psychiatry in Oxford Health NHS Trust in 2010. She is currently the medical lead in the local specialist community Child and Adolescent Mental Service where she offers assessment and treatment for children and young people aged 5-18 with complex mental health issues including ADHD, autism / autism spectrum conditions, anxiety, depression, PTSD, eating disorders, psychosis and complex emotional and behavioural presentations.
Dr Carbonnier has additional training in family therapy, cognitive behaviour therapy and dialectical behaviour therapy as well as coaching, mentoring and management and is the chair of the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire CAMHS consultant group. Dr Anne Carbonnier has over 15 years of experience in child and adolescent psychiatry.
Dr Carbonnier is available to offer private assessments to children and young people aged 6-18 around Reading and Oxford in order to clarify diagnosis and make treatment recommendations when they present with a variety of emotional or behavioural difficulties such as anxiety, depression, eating difficulties, ADHD or autism.
She can recommend medication or talking therapy or a combination of both, depending on clinical presentation and following the best medical evidence and national recommendations such as the NICE guidelines.